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3/21/2017:  The mp3 audio player has been changed so the shows no longer autoplay on opening the webpages of shows archived in 2017 and forward, as well as on the home page.

7/13/2015:  The 11 AM Monday show on Radio KBBF FM-89.1 now repeats at 11 PM.
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9/1/2012:  Radio KBBF FM-89.1 for North San Francisco Bay Area begins broadcasting a regular weekly Women's Spaces Show on Mondays at 11:00 AM Pacific Time, with a unique live show from the KBBF studio on the 4th Monday of every month or more often. See our Radio page (its tab is on the menu bar above) for the upcoming Radio shows and links to live shows that have been broadcast. 
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Elaine B. Holtz taped her 200th TV Show on  10/21/11. 
The TV show started in 2005.
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Show Produced Live on Radio KBBF FM-89.1

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6/30/2014 Original Radio Show ID:
WSA140630



Featuring:
1. Guest Julie Combs, City Councilwoman, Santa Rosa

2. Poetry Reading:  Journey with me by Elaine B. Holtz

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Music Break: The Circle Game, lyrics and sung by Joni Mitchell
http://youtu.be/V9VoLCO-d6U

Guest 1: Julie Combs, City Councilwoman, discusses Mayor Scott Bartley's investigation of City Councilman Gary Wysocki for speaking loudly to City Attorney Karen Fowler to protest the closing of City Hall out of fear of fellow pupils marching for justice of 13-year old Andy Lopez, slain by Sheriff deputy Erich Gelhaus, which was announced during his campaign for County Treasure. The headlines of the investigation effectively ruined Wysocki's campaign.   The majority of 4, including Mayor Bartley, Ernesto Olivares, Jake Ours, and the appointee Robin Swinth, pressed for his censure as an act of humiliation after the election.

Guest Link:  http://combsforcouncil.com/

Related links:

Santa Rosa City Council censures defiant Gary Wysocky, Press Democrat Editorial of June 12, ,2014

Music Break:  Windmills of your Mind sung by Petula Clark
http://youtu.be/haV2ZflrSMY

2.  Poetry Reading:  Journey with me by Elaine B. Holtz

Don’t expect
Be surprised
Live life one breath at a time
Slow down
Be unafraid
No matter what you have
or who you are you will face death
Prepare
Laugh and cry
Eat and sleep
Dance fast
Dance slowly
Dance like you did know
Dance like you don’t know
Dance
Be in the moment
Be the moment
Stop sometimes
Rest and trust
Trust yourself
Trust others
Know yourself
Know others
Be yourself
Let others be themselves
These are simple truths
Love
Love the food you eat, love the water you drink
Take time to love and appreciate your kitchen sink
Love simple pleasures each and every day
Notice the beauty of the flowers you pass along the way
Love laughter, love rain
Learn to love and bless the pain
With eyes wide open seeing and disbelieving
Yet believing it will all come to pass
Learn to need
Learn to give
Learn to receive
We are all of our mother earth, we are all from the one.


 

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